#The Spiderwick Chronicles: Roku Channel Releases Trailer for Fantasy Series

The Spiderwick Chronicles TV Show on The Roku Channel: canceled or renewed?

(Photo: Roku Channel)

The Spiderwick Chronicles is coming soon to Roku Channel, and the streaming service has released a trailer for the new fantasy series based on the novels by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black. All eight episodes will arrive at once.

Starring Christian Slater, Jack Dylan Grazer, Lyon Daniels, Noah Cottrell, Joy Bryant, and Mychala Lee, the series follows the Grace family after they move into their family’s ancestral home and find themselves in a fantasy world.

Initially ordered by Disney+, the series was picked by Roku after the show was dropped. The following was revealed about the plot of the series in a press release:

Helen and her children, 15-year-old fraternal twins Jared and Simon and their sister Mallory move to their ancestral home, Spiderwick. Jared discovers a boggart and realizes that magical creatures are real! The only one to believe him is his great-aunt Lucinda who implores Jared to find the pages of her father’s field guide to magical creatures and protect them from the murderous Ogre, Mulgarath.

The trailer and a poster for The Spiderwick Chronicles, which debuts on April 19th, is below.

The Spiderwick Chronicles TV Show on The Roku Channel: canceled or renewed?

(Photo: Roku Channel)

What do you think? Have you read the books? Do you plan to check out this new series on Roku Channel?

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